Oh man, see Muslims won't know how to adress the situation, or what to think. I don't see what there is to afraid of, the Prophet (SAW) openly and modestly talked about everything. I don't think there was anything wrong in the thread, khair.
I'm intrigued to see you live in Porutgal, that's awesome.
Yes it will closed for a short while, but it's back.
Well said sis, I completely agree with you, and I particularly love your last statement, (mash'Allah).
We need to stop conforming to the societies around us, and compromising our beliefs and morals for the sake of 'modern values'. We should look to please our Creator and not those around us. Did you notice in the documentary, that there were Christians in the crowds condeming them?
I saw an amazing lecture relating to the whole issue, it was part of a series by Muhhamed Alshareef. Very interesting.
salam sister,thank you very much,I'll defend my rights until I'll have strenght,you are dear to make me such compliments,but I make just my duty.many muslim strangers unfortunatelly don't speak italian very well and when they want to bring their wives from outside,they must obey to what it is said them,without reflecting a bit.strangers in Italy are treated like those ignorant people who can't do nothing but washing toilettes or polishing the roads from trash.the carnival in Brazil is the main occasion to watch to the naked legs of brasilian girls.Only at the time of Adam there was no shame of nakeness,but nowdaysthat Fitna is growing up,there is no shame ever by watching a little girls wearing miniskirts from their childhood.Islam is truth,and mushrikin hate the truth!wa salam dear sister